Sport 'Wow', 'They need him fit' - Sky Sports man reacts to fresh Kyogo Furuhashi footage
"Single-handedly making people want to go and watch Celtic" – Journalist waxes lyrical over ace
26 y/o "single-handedly making people want to go and watch Celtic" says journalistHow has Furuhashi performed?
Pundit Kevin Campbell has heaped praise on Celtic forward Kyogo Furuhashi for his impact at Parkhead,report.
The Lowdown: With and without Furuhashi
Ange Postecoglou has been able to call upon the 26-year-old prior to the international break, with Furuhashi signing off with a first-halfagainst Aberdeen in a 2-1 win.
He alsoagainst Bayer Leverkusen, but prior to that, had missed games with a injury.
The Hoops lost to Livingston and failed to beat Dundee United without the Japan international, and thesummer signing has clearly impressed Campbell.
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The forward could play some part in Celtic's next two matches against Bayer Leverkusen and Aberdeen. Callum McGregor's importance to the team is second to none, of course, but the club could do with a fresh injection of the excitement Kyogo's early form brought in abundance.
The Latest: Campbell reacts
shared a ‘unique angle’ on Monday following the win at Aberdeen, which included Furuhashi’s smart finish.
Campbell, who regularly appears on, was asked by for his thoughts on the goal, to which he said:
“Wow, what a phenomenal impact he is having on that football club.
“When a player has confidence he can produce goals like that.
“Let’s be honest, he has been the difference for Celtic this season. They are a different team when he plays. They need him fit and available every week.
“He can carry the team and that is what he has done. He has been nothing short of awesome since he has signed. You have to give Postecoglou credit.”
The Verdict: Kyogo key?
Celtic showed signs of promise against Aberdeen, with Furuhashi netting hisgoal in games for the Hoops.
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The Hoops could be shopping in the Japanese market once again as the rebuild continues over the winter. The Celtic boss has revealed the club have already sounded out new transfer targets for the next window.
His versatility has helped Postecoglou already this season by turning out as a, and he appears to be a key figure in Glasgow already.
The Hoops managed justpoints from a possible in the Scottish Premiership without him recently, and you could argue that if he was fit, it may have been nine from nine.
In other news:
Celtic winger Jota reveals amazing gesture to foster friendship with team-mate Kyogo Furuhashi .
Celtic winger Jota appears willing to go above and beyond to foster relationships with his team-matesin order to create an environment that feeds the drive for success among Ange Postecoglou’s revamped squad. Especially when it comes to his attacking confrere Kyogo Furuhashi. © Celtic winger Jota, pictured right celebrating with Kyogo Furuhashi, is developing a telepathy on th... That the pair are on the same wavelength in a footballing context isn’t open to question following the on-loan Benfica wide man’s glorious 50-yard pass for the Japanese striker to produce a sublime finish in Tuesday’s victory over Ferencvaros.